Technology is in our DNA
It’s the early ’70s, and Led Zeppelin have just released their 8-minute-long Stairway to Heaven. On a small University campus, a Physics student holds a shoebox and walks to a building that looks like a library. However, the building stores something weird: a thick, shiny machine called a “computer.” The student, who happens to be my father, takes a seat in front of the device. He opens the shoebox to reveal multiple pieces of stiff paper with holes in them. These punch cards were primitive software programs. One typo and he should re-punch an entire card.
Fast-forward 35 years. Information Technology has become a distinct hot field of study, and I’m majoring in Computer Science. Spending most of my time coding in front of a flat monitor, I’ve got rich text editors that point out potential errors before I even run my programs. Then, after a few keystrokes, I’ve got a fully functioning app with a graphical user interface ready – all while at the same time listening to Led Zeppelin crystal-clear in my web browser.
Fast-forward to the present day. My team moves in front of smart cameras that track our bodies, faces, and fingers. We are navigating into 3D digital worlds without “obsolete” devices like keyboards. Yet, I can still hear the Stairway on my tiny earphones.
In a world where only great music remains still, LightBuzz keeps pushing technological limits forward. We are helping people from all around the globe transform their businesses via Artificial Intelligence. It’s both our passion and mission.
Vangos Pterneas, CEO
We founded LightBuzz in 2012 and we’ve been expanding ever since. Today, LightBuzz maintains offices in New York, USA, and Vancouver, Canada.
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LightBuzz has been helping Fortune-500 companies and innovative startups create amazing body-tracking applications and games. If you are looking to get your business to the next level, get in touch with us.